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Content of the serum immunoglobulins (G1, G2, M and A) in young fattening bulls



Content of the serum immunoglobulins (G1, G2, M and A) in young fattening bulls



Polskie Archiwum Weterynaryjne 27(1): 107-120



Serological study of 80 healthy fattening animals aged 9-10 weeks, of different origin and kept under different environmental conditions, showed that the level of IgG2 depended on the origin and age, whereas the levels of IgG1, IgM and IgA were determined by age, origin and environment; pasture and sheds with bedding gave optimal results.

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